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Folly's Lane

A Woodland Trust wood

Folly's Lane

1.18 ha (2.92 acres)
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OS map sheets:
Explorer 203
OS Landranger 149
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Features and attractions

  • Broadleaved woodland
  • Local parking difficult
  • New wood – less than 10 years old

Folly’s Lane is a native woodland in Luston, Herefordshire, planted in the mid 1980's, consisting mainly of oak, cherry, silver birch and field maple. Species rich hedgerows run around the boundaries, and through the years have self seeded in the woodland.